The most amazing stories of a daughter


a live performance about sugar, addiction, absence and maternal love

While I cook and sniff lines of sugar, the audience joins an intimate dialogue in a kitchen exchanging stories about junk food, sugar, sex, addictions, absences and maternal love.

I developed the live performance The most amazing stories of a daughter in order to discuss the relation between the affection and sugar. The social and parental relation and also the domination throughout food and sugar in a question of feelings which is also related with capitalism.

In this piece I look into the last time I talked with her while she was cooking ‘brigadeiro’, a traditional Brazilian sweet for my 9th birthday party.

* This project receives funding (authorized) from the Projektförderung of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna


2019: FACT Budapest, Budapest, Hungary. With Yunus Ersoy

2018 : Gallerie 23, Gießen, Germany. For Theatermaschine. With Yunus Ersoy.

2017:  Atelierhaus der Akademie der Bildende Künste Vienna, Vienna, Austria

2016: RAW MATTERS at Schikaneder, Vienna, Austria


‘…everybody squeeze in the space and take place in a long table, or wherever they could find a place to stand. A young lady in black dress is welcoming us to her kitchen.

She is Camila at the age of 5 or perhaps 6. She’s Brazilian and her parents were good friends… After school she goes home and cook herself a meal her mother prepared before. She watches a lot of TV:

– one might not have money, but one always have TV… at least one –

When she gets bored visits her neighbor.

The audience listen to her good mood told story, laughing in a nervous confusion… is it really amusing?

A smart way to process food, to process childhood.’  Lala Nomada, performance artist.